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Application of Liquid Laser Ablation: Organic Nanoparticle Formation and Hydrogen Gas Generation
Applications of Laser Ablation - Thin Film Deposition, Nanomaterial Synthesis and Surface Modification
Laser ablation is induced by a heating process of materials through the absorption of laser light and results in an explosive expansion of materials. For materials located in liquid, in contrast to those in vacuum, laser ablation proceeds under rather mild conditions via a cycle of heating and cooling by mediated solvent; therefore, it is applicable for organic solids to fragment into nanoparticles. Alternatively, for effective light absorbers, the irradiated site becomes the reaction centre ofdoi:10.5772/64939 fatcat:25gkl7lduvb6feq7sghmtfkftq